This week there's archaeological discoveries and Viking treasures.
- Viking Jewelry Unearthed in Denmark
Lavish goods at a farm site, and Christian items at a pre-Christian village, pose mysteries for scholars. Feature by Owen Jarus at LiveScience; see also the photo gallery.
- Greys Court 'hidden' buildings revealed by heatwave
Extreme heat has brought out marks that suggest the outlines of building remains. Article at BBC News.
- Viking treasure hoard to make Shetland return
The largest hoard of Viking silver ever discovered was first found in March of 1858. Now treasures from the discovery are coming to Shetland. Article by Frank Urquhart at the Scotsman.
- Stone coffin at Richard III site set to be opened - and experts say it could contain the remains of a 14th century knight
Scholars think the lead-lined coffin could have been buried as much as 100 years before Richard was slain. Feature by Rachel Reilly at the Daily Mail.